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Fleetwood ready to carry momentum into Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open

World Number Ten Tommy Fleetwood is aiming to continue another stellar season when he returns to the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, a Rolex Series event, at Gullane Golf Club from July 12-15, 2018.

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Player Blog: Grégory Havret

Fresh from his 500th European Tour appearance, Frenchman Grégory Havret writes this week's blog on the ups and downs of an incredible career.

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Kaymer eyeing second BMW International Open title

Local favourite Martin Kaymer is dreaming of winning the BMW International Open for a second time when he tees it up at Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof ten years after lifting the trophy.

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Dubai Duty Free chief hails Irish Open sponsorship success

Dubai Duty Free’s Executive Vice Chairman and CEO Colm McLoughlin hailed the success of the company’s association with the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open following a four-year extension of its title sponsorship which will take the partnership through to 2022.

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Fleetwood ready for busy summer

In-form Tommy Fleetwood is not daunted by his busy summer schedule as he heads from Shinnecock Hills to Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof for this week's BMW International Open.

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Peter Thomson 1929-2018

Peter Thomson, CBE, AO, the five-time Open Champion and one of Australia’s greatest golfers, has died at the age of 88.

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Five things to know: BMW International Open

The European Tour visits the German city of Pulheim for the BMW International Open this week and we’ve taken a look at five things you need to know…

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On the Tee: at the BMW International Open

Tommy Fleetwood has been grouped with Thomas Pieters and Ernie Els in Germany.

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Ryder Cup hopefuls Pieters, Levy and Olesen chase Ballyliffin glory

Thomas Pieters, a breakout star of The 2016 Ryder Cup, will be aiming to boost his chances of a return to Team Europe when he joins fellow hopefuls Alexander Levy and Thorbjørn Olesen at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation, the season’s fourth Rolex Series event.

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Fantasy Three to watch in Germany

Our stats guru's picks for the week at Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof

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Race to Dubai champion Fleetwood finishes second in US Open

2017 Race to Dubai champion Tommy Fleetwood came agonisingly close to winning his first Major after posting a spellbinding final round 63 to finish second, while American Patrick Reed moved back to the summit of the Rankings with a fourth place finish in the 118th US Open at a challenging Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, New York.

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Winning Formula: Brooks Koepka

RSM presents an interactive, scrollable look at the key stats and numbers behind the American's defence at the U.S. Open Championship.

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Fleetwood ready to take Major step

Tommy Fleetwood is convinced he is getting closer to a first Major Championship victory after making history on an exhilarating final day of the US Open.

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Double delight for Koepka at Shinnecock Hills

Brooks Koepka held off a stunning charge by Tommy Fleetwood to become the first man to successfully defend the US Open title in 29 years at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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History man Fleetwood in contention on Long Island

Tommy Fleetwood fired a stunning, historic 63 to set the clubhouse target and surge right into contention during the final round of the US Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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Koepka leads as Fleetwood makes big move

Defending champion Brooks Koepka edged into a one-shot lead in the final round of the US Open but Tommy Fleetwood was making a charge through the field at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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Rose in position to pounce at Shinnecock Hills

Justin Rose knows what it takes to win a US Open in difficult conditions and he will be hoping history repeats itself when he tees it up one shot off the lead at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club on Sunday.

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Dramatic day sets up tense US Open finish

World Number One Dustin Johnson fired a seven over par 77 but still held a share of the lead heading into the final day of the US Open after Shinnecock Hills Golf Club pushed the world's best right to their limits in an intense and dramatic third round.

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Koepka edges ahead on tough afternoon

Defending champion Brooks Koepka was back at the top of the US Open leaderboard as Shinnecock Hills Golf Club lived up to its fearsome reputation during round three.

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The curious case of Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson created one of the more bizarre moments in US Open history when he stunned fans by hitting a moving ball on the 13th green at Shinnecock.

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Rose trims Johnson's US Open lead

World Number One Dustin Johnson saw his lead cut to two shots by Justin Rose as the leaders got their rounds under way on day three of the US Open.

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Boston firefighter makes the cut at the U.S. Open

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545} It’s not often that a New York crowd will cheer for someone from Boston. However, that is what happened on the 18th hole at Shinnecock on Friday.

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Day two in numbers - US Open

Th best facts and figures from day two at the US Open Championship, Shinnecock Hills. 

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Johnson takes control at Shinnecock Hills

Dustin Johnson fired a sparkling 67 on day three at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club to take a commanding four-shot lead into the weekend at the US Open.

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Fleetwood feeling confident on Long Island

Tommy Fleetwood believes he has the right attitude for the “ultimate test of golf” as he heads into the weekend at the US Open in contention for the second year in a row.

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Johnson powers ahead at Shinnecock Hills

Dustin Johnson opened up a four-shot lead during day two of the US Open as Tommy Fleetwood surged through the field with the lowest round of the week so far.

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Johnson edges clear on Long Island

Dustin Johnson turned in 33 to open up a two-shot lead as Shinnecock Hills Golf Club continued to prove the toughest of tests on day two of the US Open.

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First edition of the 2018 Hero Challenge to tee off at iconic Edinburgh Castle

The Hero Challenge is returning for the 2018 season and this time the fast and fun night golf contest will take place in a series of iconic city locations - with Edinburgh Castle providing a stunning backdrop for the opening edition.

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Rose enjoying US Open test

Justin Rose was revelling in the challenge of Shinnecock Hills Golf Club after an opening 71 left him just two shots off the lead after round one of the US Open.

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Poulter shines at Shinnecock Hills

Ian Poulter and World Number One Dustin Johnson were part of a four-way tie for the lead after a first day when Shinnecock Hills Golf Club truly tested the world's best at the US Open.

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Day 1 in numbers - US Open Championship

The best facts and figures from the opening round of the second major of the season, US Open Championship at Shinniecock Hills. 

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Poulter shares Shinnecock Hills lead

Ian Poulter fired a brilliant 69 to take a share of the clubhouse lead as Shinnecock Hills Golf Club bared its teeth on day one of the US Open.

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Poulter shares early lead at US Open

Ian Poulter made two birdies on the front nine to take a share of the early lead as the US Open got under way at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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Live Hub: Final round at the #USOpen

Live commentary, social media, stats and more from our team on-site at Shinnecock Hills in the season's second Major.

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Rose feeling fresh ahead of US Open

Justin Rose arrives at Shinnecock Hills feeling fresh and excited as he prepares to launch his bid for a second US Open title.

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McIlroy hoping to contend at Shinnecock Hills

In-form Rory McIlroy hopes to spend the weekend hunting down a second US Open crown at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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2018 European Championships medals unveiled to mark 50 days to go

To mark 50 days to go to the 2018 European Championships, the medals to be presented to the seven sports in Glasgow and Berlin were revealed to the public for the first time.

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Koepka fit and firing ahead of US Open defence

Brooks Koepka insists he is fully recovered from the wrist injury that saw him miss four months of the season and ready to mount the defence of his US Open title.

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Reed hungrier than ever for Major glory

​Patrick Reed arrives at this week's US Open more determined for victory than ever after claiming his first Major Championship at the Masters Tournament in April.

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New charity partners announced as Tartan Wednesday returns to Gullane 

The My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and Leuchie House will join the European Tour Foundation as Official Charity Partners of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, a Rolex Series event.

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Five things to know: U.S. Open Championship

Ahead of the second Major Championship of 2018, we highlight five facts and stats about this year’s U.S. Open Championship. 

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Fantasy Three to Watch at Shinnecock

Three players our stats guru thinks could do well at the year's second Major this week.

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Waring keen to make the most of US Open chance

Paul Waring says he has “nothing to lose” after grabbing the last place in the field for this week's US Open Championship.

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Francesco Molinari named Hilton Golfer of the Month for May

Italian BMW PGA winner topped public vote with 62 per cent.

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Francesco Molinari voted Hilton Golfer of the Month for May

Italian won public vote with 62 per cent.

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Seven best groups at the 118th US Open

A closer look at the marquee groups to watch over the first two days at Shinnecock Hills this week.

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An and Evans make US Open Championship field

European Tour Members Byeong Hun An and Ryan Evans have secured a place in the final  156-player US Open Championship field at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

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Golf fans to enjoy door-to-door experience for Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

Fans travelling to the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation will enjoy a convenient door-to-door experience, with free public parking located right on the hallowed grounds of Ballyliffin Golf Club for the fourth Rolex Series event of the European Tour season.

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Winning Formula: Mikko Korhonen

RSM presents an interactive, scrollable look back at the numbers behind the Finn's maiden victory in Austria.

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Korhonen closer to DP World Tour Championship debut

Finland’s Mikko Korhonen moved a step closer to a debut appearance at the European Tour’s season ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai after cruising to a maiden European Tour title at the inaugural Shot Clock Masters at Diamond Country Club in Austria.

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